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Lady Lions’ season ends in first round of district tournament

Lady Lions’ season ends in first round of district tournament

The Liberty Bell High School girls’ basketball team’s season came to an end in the first round of the 2B District 5/6 tournament at Wenatchee on Tuesday (Feb. 14), as the Lady Lions fell to Walla Walla Academy, 48-45, in a hard-fought game that went into overtime. According to reports on the Liberty Bell Booster Club...
Knowledge Bowl team takes first place at Manson meet

Knowledge Bowl team takes first place at Manson meet

Liberty Bell High School’s Team 1 took first place Monday (Feb. 13) in a Knowledge Bowl match at Manson that included 33 teams from eight schools. To win, Liberty Bell Team 1 (Sebastian Hogness, Colin Waichler, Bram Wathen, Nate Hirsch) beat Okanogan Team 1 in head-to-head competition for the first time this season, coach Leverett...
Ski Team does well at Wolf  Chase

Ski Team does well at Wolf  Chase

The Loup Loup Ski Team hosted the annual Wolf Chase Race last weekend, where 115 athletes were greeted with blue skies and perfect snow conditions for alpine racing. The Loup team’s Aidan Catlin took home the trophy for the fastest overall boy for the weekend. Sydney Schuler took first on Sunday after a fall on...
Who won what at Ski for Women

Who won what at Ski for Women

Following up on the Ski for Women event at Mazama, award winners were: Most Playful –The Aces (Susan Samuleson, Marcia Swider, Val Hecker, Betty Predeger). Best Individual – The Parrot (Amber Goodman). Best Group Performance – The Seven Dwarfs (Janet Bauer, Pat Leigh, Sherri Krowne, Louise Stevens, Karan Godman, Nancy Kuta, Jan Stan). Best Mother...
Lady Lions head into post-season play

Lady Lions head into post-season play

The Lady Lions overcame a sluggish start to romp past Bridgeport, 52-29, in a home-court game on Senior Night for the Liberty Bell High School girls’ basketball team last Thursday (Feb. 2). It was the final regular-regular season game for the Lady Lions, who finished fourth in the Central Washington 2B league with an 11-5...
Mountain Lions’ season ends with Senior Night loss

Mountain Lions’ season ends with Senior Night loss

Liberty Bell High School’s five seniors were all starters on Senior Night last Thursday (Feb. 2), as the Mountain Lions boys’ basketball team finished its season with a home-court loss to Bridgeport, 67-30. Coupled with an earlier 75-39 loss at Tonasket, the season-ending defeat left the Mountain Lions with a 0-20 record for the year. It...
Holston takes first place at district wrestling finals

Holston takes first place at district wrestling finals

Liberty Bell High School’s Finlay Holston pinned opponent Dylan Kalma of Tonasket to take first place in the 182-pound division at the Central Washington 2B district finals on the Mountain Lions’ home mats last weekend. Holston, a junior, is one of six Liberty Bell wrestlers who will travel to the regional tournament in Tonasket on Saturday...
MVNT skiers rack up wins in Race of the Methow

MVNT skiers rack up wins in Race of the Methow

The Race of the Methow drew more than 150 competitors from throughout the Pacific Northwest to the McCabe Trails at Liberty Bell High School last weekend, and racers for the Methow Valley Nordic Team (MVNT) made their usual impressive showing. A new course layout was used for the first time, with skate sprint races on...
Liberty Bell tops Oroville, moves on in league playoffs

Liberty Bell tops Oroville, moves on in league playoffs

The Liberty Bell High School girls’ basketball team advanced to the next round of the Central Washington 2B league playoffs with a 48-45 victory over Oroville on Tuesday (Feb. 7) in the Lady Lions’ home gym, assuring the team of at least three more games this season. Liberty Bell will play …
Wins keep Lady Lions near top

Wins keep Lady Lions near top

The Liberty Bell High School girls’ basketball team struggled through one of its least-productive quarters of the season but recovered for a strong finish to beat Manson, 46-26, on the Lady Lions’ home court last Thursday (Jan. 26). Earlier in the week, …